“Here Be Giants”

In modern Beijing, join the world’s largest peloton—two million strong—and ride past hutongs, Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. In China’s ancient past, visit remote Naxi villages, karst formations along the Li River, and sip champagne on the Great Wall. Time waits for no one, but in China, it slows down for us.

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Meet our China Experts

Tyler Dillon

Trip Designer

A true world wanderer, B&R Trip Designer Tyler Dillon amassed a wealth of knowledge in his decade spent traipsing the globe. As a columnist for The Slow Road, he provides travelling tips and advice while sharing insights, anecdotes and his passion for the road.

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Kristi Elborne

Director of Asia-Pacific

Kristi cut her teeth with B&R guiding in the treacherous Provençal countryside. When life on the road became too dangerous—those boules fly fast!—she quickly found a home on our Trip Planning team. She’s travelled extensively though both Asia and Europe, and can speak four languages. Fortunately for us, she remains humble in each of them.

Our guides were fantastic – informative, enjoyable, accommodating, fun and eager to show us an insider's view of China. We enjoyed lots of great Chinese food, local farmers’ markets, a tea plantation, Buddhist temples and stunning historic sites. We would highly recommend B&R!

— Barbara Marxer

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